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XBOX® 360 Continues to Rule: The Best-Selling Console in February

XBOX 360 users now have another reason to boast about their favorite console. XBOX 360 has maintained its top selling title for yet another month. It’s the 14th consecutive month of unprecedented reign of XBOX 360 as the best-selling gaming console in the United States. Microsoft has announced that around 426,000 units of XBOX 360 were sold in the month of February, leaving other console competitors far behind.

NPD Group, a leading provider of market research information, reported that XBOX 360 has 42 percent of the sale of current-generation consoles. Microsoft has reached $383 million in the total retail spending on the XBOX platform in the U.S. “The best-selling hardware platform for the month was XBOX 360 for the seventh month in a row. While most hardware platforms posted declines versus last year, all current-generation platforms improved sales over January 2012 by more than 50 percent,” said Anita Frazier, analyst, NPD Group.

It seems that Microsoft will be adding few more features to XBOX 360 to continue its supremacy. So, if you are planning to buy a gaming console, XBOX 360 does offer you enough reasons to go with it. Enjoy the video below about the most popular gaming console.

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